Kenneth Waltz Quotes (23 quotes)




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Chapter II, The First Image, p. 23 - Man, the State, and War (1954)
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Chapter V, Some Implications Of The Second Image, p. 127 - Man, the State, and War (1954)
Kenneth Waltz
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Chapter V, Some Implications Of The Second Image, p. 149 - Man, the State, and War (1954)
Kenneth Waltz
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Chapter VIII, Conclusion, p. 224 - Man, the State, and War (1954)
Kenneth Waltz
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Chapter III, Some Implications Of The First Image, p. 42 - Man, the State, and War (1954)
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Born: June 8, 1924 (age 93)

Bio: Kenneth Neal Waltz is a member of the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley and Columbia University and one of the most prominent scholars of international relations alive today. He is one of the founders of neorealism, or structural realism, in international relations theory.

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